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Purportedly ‘Neutral’ NewsGuard Has Partisan Clown Michael Hayden on Board

The increasingly partisan, Trump-hating former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden still serves on the board of NewsGuard, the supposedly “neutral” project that claims to fight untrustworthy and “fake” news. Hayden, whose anti-Trump views are well known, has recently descended even deeper into partisan hyperbole.  In recent days, the former top intelligence official has compared…

Twitter: Taliban Can Stay on Platform, as Long as They Don’t Get too Violent

Twitter said in a statement on Tuesday that the Taliban will be allowed to stay on its social media platform, as long as they don’t get overly violent. The company claims it will “proactively enforce our rules” but stopped short of saying it would blacklist the Taliban, as Facebook did today. After receiving inquiries about…

Hunter Biden Says He Lost *ANOTHER* Laptop to Russian Drug Dealers in Naked Pillow...

Hunter Biden claimed during a post-coital conversation with a woman identified by the Daily Mail as a prostitute that Russian drug dealers stole his laptop (not the one abandoned to a Delaware computer repair shop) during a Vegas bender where he nearly drowned in a hotel hot tub, according to footage unearthed by the tabloid.…

Rand Paul Blasts YouTube for Censorship of His Coronavirus Remarks

YouTube has issued the account of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), a licensed doctor, with a one-week suspension for discussing the coronavirus pandemic and the United States’ response to it. Paul blasted the company in a company, saying: “YouTube now thinks they are smart enough and godly enough that they can oversee speech, even constitutionally protected speech.”…

Oregon Scraps High School Graduation Standards, Claims Policy Is ‘Equitable’ for ‘Students Of Color’

The Associated Press Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D) quietly signed a law last month that suspends proficiency requirements for high school graduates for the next five years. Now, Oregon students can graduate without proving they can write or do math — a move the governor’s administration claims is “equitable” for “students of color.” For the next…

Baylor Professor Urges Criticisms of Fauci and Other Scientists Prosecuted as Hate Crimes

A professor of pediatrics and molecular virology at Baylor College of Medicine is urging that criticisms of Dr. Anthony Fauci and other government scientists be prosecuted as hate crimes. In a July 28 paper in PLOS Biology titled “Mounting antiscience aggression in the United States,” Peter Hotez writes that a “band of ultraconservative members of…

‘American Horror Story’: Feds Pay for Full-Term Aborted Baby Parts

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) granted $3.2 million in federal funds to the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) to achieve its goal of becoming a fetal tissue collection site that could quickly harvest the organs of full-term aborted babies, according to documents obtained as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit. Judicial Watch…

Pat Toomey: Cryptocurrency Tax in Democrat Infrastructure Bill ‘Unworkable’

Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA), the ranking member of the Senate Banking Committee, released a statement that slammed the so-called “infrastructure” bill’s provision to tax cryptocurrency as “unworkable.” “Congress should not rush forward with this hastily-designed tax reporting regime for cryptocurrency, especially without a full understanding of the consequences,” Toomey wrote the day after the Senate released the text of the…

AP, Reuters Sign Deal To Help Twitter Decide What’s True

August 02, 2021 6:08 PM ET The Associated Press and Reuters signed a deal with Twitter to help them “elevate credible information,” the social media site and the outlets announced Monday. Twitter said in a blog post that the outlets would help in providing context to trending content and identifying potentially misleading information. The outlets…

Pinterest Stock Plummets As Users Leave The Platform

Pinterest, the once hugely popular “DIY” application, suffered its second-lowest drop within the stock market this week. Shares closed at 18.2% this past Friday. In a letter to shareholders, the app reported over 24 million users left the platform between the first and second quarters. Pinterest had 454 million monthly active users, which was down…
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